Congratulations Odessa Midland, Bass Pro Shops is coming to town! The official announcement was today for their new retail store to serve the Odessa Midland Market..

The New Bass Pro Shops’ will be the company’s 17th in Texas and will be serving the Odessa and Midland communities along with West Texas. The new store will be even bigger and better than originally planned. The company's original design was for 65,000 square feet and they are now able to expand to 100,000 square feet filled with all you sports enthusiast men, women and kids could ever want. The retail store has such a great reputation of having the best selection and quality products at the best prices around and not to mention their great service!



Bass Pro Shops worked out an agreement with ICA Development for the location of the quickly growing area of Yukon Road and Mission Boulevard right off of Highway 191.  The retail store will be next to Cinergy Family Entertainment.  The location is convenient to both Odessa and Midland and the surrounding areas and is expected to open sometime around spring of 2025.

Bass Pro Shops originally considered a location in Midland the deal was between City of Midland-MDC with Hodges development. Hodges development is a great developer that works on real estate projects. Bass Pro Shops believe this new destination near Odessa will be more centrally located to conveniently serve the entire Permian Basin Area.

Like all Bass Pro Shops locations, this store will be designed uniquely for the area and be more than just a fishing and hunting store. The new location will offer clothing and equipment for all your outdoor activities, camping, hiking, backpacking and more! With items for everyone in your family, Men, Women and Kids.

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Bass Pro Shops is expected to employ more than 115 “Outfitters” at its new Odessa location, many of whom will come from the local region.

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